Stars at Their Best Clothing, cars and jewels are but a few of the attractions to Pasadena’s vibrant shopping scene By André Coleman , Sheila Mendes-Coleman10/23/2013 Like it? Tweet it! SHARE IT! With its towering mountains, beautiful weather, historic homes and iconic landmarks, it’s no wonder the Crown City has been a favorite location to shoot too many […]
The Pasadena Star News reported on Pink Plum Antiques for their March 2, 2011 Money Wise section.
This is the July-August 2012 issue of Pasadena’s Rose Magazine.
Pink Plum Antiques wasn’t always Pink Plum Antiques. Owners Mitch and Craig London originally started out with their store “Good As New” in the early 80s. Towards the end of the decade “Haywire” was the happening place to be located at 5247 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles right across from Raleigh Studios. Then the 90s […]
Step back in time. This article was printed in USA Weekend newspaper in 1988! Pink Plum Antiques owner Mitch London and his former store Haywire were featured in an article entitled, “’50s furnishings: Antitques of the future.”
By Erick Galindo, Staff Writer Pasadena Star-News POSTED: 03/01/11, 9:00 PM PST PASADENA – Craig London once sold a dining set to grunge rock legend Kurt Cobain. His brother Mitch, sold memorabilia to Muhammad Ali, back when their Pink Plum Antiques shop was located on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood. “(Cobain) came in with his wife Courtney […]
JUNE 11, 2012 BY CATHERINE AND THE ROSE MAGAZINE STAFF By Brittany Wong On a recent Sunday afternoon, all manner of locals streamed into the Pink Plum Antiques shop. There were newlyweds looking to transform their tiny living rooms into something Pinterest-worthy; patrons known on a first-name basis; and garage sale stalwarts hoping to end […]